In his first month as President, Biden has already made some decisive moves which could restore America to its pre-Trumpian standing.
MA Media in Development student Maxine Betteridge-Moes investigates how a potential post-Brexit trade deal with Morocco could undermine international law.
Mohamed Yahya, the current Head of the UN Development Programme in Nigeria, discusses SOAS, young people, and opportunities for Africa.
The United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons reached 50 states on 25 October. What does this mean?
The UN International Day of Peace 2020, taking place on 21 September, is all about shaping peace together – as communities
“Today, there are more young people than ever before. Youth voices matter because no one is more convincing to define the future through innovation, but
The current crisis should be used as a basis to rebuild and strengthen solidarity between people and nations.
2020’s theme is ‘closing the inequalities gap to achieve social justice’.
“I took away three things from this trip: connection, conversation, and culture.”
Three SOAS academics on how their work supports social justice.
The United Nations (UN) has designated 18 July as Nelson Mandela International Day in recognition of the former South African President’s work in the fields of conflict resolution, race relations, human rights, reconciliation, and social justice.